As new students arrive in Conestoga College’s Doon campus in Kitchener, Ont., during the fall semester, the traffic comes in full force. With increasingly long wait times to get in and out of the college, Conestoga students share their opinions on the situation with Spoke. Lachlan Fraser for Spoke Online
Guelph Police are looking for a male suspect believed to be involved in a bank robbery Monday afternoon. According to police, the robbery took place at a local bank on Kortright Road West in Guelph. A male suspect entered the bank and left with a quantity of cash on a motorcycle in an unknown direction. Police say “no weapons were presented and no one was injured.” It is believed that … Continued
As Conestoga College accepts a record number of new international students, upper-year international students play an important role in making them feel welcome.
Plan includes on-campus polling stations, pledge drive
By giving just a pint of blood you will be entered into a raffle to win Blue Jays tickets!
Stretch your and your pets’ legs at this year’s Poochie Power Walk, and raise money for a good cause at the same time.
Head to the Art Attic Silent Auction tomorrow through Saturday to bid on artwork for your home or office.
Pioneer Craftsmen provided the amenity so seniors could benefit from the use fresh herbs and vegetables in meals delivered to them.
Artists spoke about the pleasures of having their work appreciated for its originality — something that’s gradually disappearing, they said.
With spring’s arrival, family-oriented events will be in bloom across Waterloo Region this weekend. Here’s a colourful sampling.
The aim of the one-day event was to expose students to a range of wide range of job options, both full-time and part-time.
The highly acclaimed and much-anticipated HBO drama will certainly go down as one of the great series in television history.
The move is part of a follow-up to Flow: The Menstruation Exhibition and cites similar moves in Toronto, London, Ont., and British Columbia.
For many students at King Edward Public School, meetings with their mentors from an adjacent high school are twice-weekly highlights.